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HISTORY OF PERSIA

Su, lake of, wide Sovar

Suakin, i. 321

Subutay, Mongol general, ii.  152,  154,

158

Suez;, Gulf of, i. 206
Sufis, or Mystics^ the, ii. 227-228
Sughda (Soghdiana), i. toi
Sulayman, voyages of, ii. 76
Sulayman, Carmathian fanatic, ii. 87
Sulayman, Caliph, ii. 54, 55
Sulayman, brother of Toghril Beg, ii. 103
Sulayman, Miraa^ Vizier of Khudabanda,

ii. 254
Sulayman, Shah, son of Abbas II. j reign

of, ii, 301-302

Sulayman Aga, Pasha of Baghdad, ii, 388
Sulayman Khan, Kajar, ii. 394
Sulaymaa the Magnificent j   invasion of

Persia, ii. 247 ; ^248, 249, 256
Sulayman Mountains, ii. 95
Sulla,   Lucius,   i.   364,   365 j   defeat  of

Mithridatea, 367 j 368
Sultania, city of, ii. 193, 204-21x5 tomb

of KLhudabandn, 235 ; 247
Sultan Shah, son of Malik Kaward, ii.

1x3

Sultan Shah Malimud, of Khiva, ii. iz6
Sumer, i. 40, 42; meaning of, 50; early

history, 64 tt-stq. j 77, 83, 96, 300
Sung Dynasty, ii. 163
Sunion, Cape, i. 205
Sxrnnis, the, ii. 45, 46, 347
Surat, ii. 275, 276, 277
Suryash, god (the sun), i. 81
Łu8 (Susa), mounds of, i. 48
Susa, city of, i. 43, 46, 47, 48, $4, 56, 57,
58 j history of, $9 et sey. 5.65, 68, 74,
77, 82, 89, 90, 91, 925 revolution at,
94 j capture of, by the Assyrians, 96-
975 98, 99» 175, 193, *9S» 200, 227,
229, 230, 236, 243, 246, 276; capture
of, by Alexander, 277, 279 ; 280 ; Alex-
ander's march to, 296-298 ;  307-308,

309». 3 «, 394, 44S

Susia, i, 284

Susiana, i. 54, 173, 322, 427

Susis, i. 54

Suti, the, i, 87

Swat, lower, i. 289

Syracuse, i. 2x9

Syria, i. 70, 79, 134, 135,169,173 5 Gates
of, 2375 246, 247 j 268, 269, 3105
annexed by Seleucus, 313; 315, 317,
320; invasion of (third Syrian war),
321-322 j 323, 326, 329, 334, 348,
35*. 353» 354, 355» 3S^» 3$o, 362,
370, 372 5 proconsulate of Crassus,
373-374J Parthian invasion, 379-380 j
381, 382, 384, 385, 386, 390, 403, 404,
405, 411; invasion by Volagases III,,
413 ; 414, 415, 418, 426, 427, 434,
450, 464,482 j invasion by Noshirwan,

488; 494, 522, 523, 530,, ."-i, 535,
537 5 "• 5> 6, 9, *8, 29, 301, 47*49,
51, 57, 63, 72, 77, 79, 80, 105, us,
120, 17^, 180,186; invaded byGlman
Khan, 189
Tabae, Achaemenian city, i. 351 ,
Tabarnn, city in Khornsan, ii. 135
Tabari, Abu Jafiir Mohamed (historian),
i. 423 footnote, 473 footnote, 474, 478,
481, 483, 489, 491, 493, 500, 1501/00*.
note, 506, 507, 518, 522, 527, 531, 543 j
ii. 8, 79, 80
Tabaristan (Museandernn),i. 283, 332,543 j
Yesid's campaign, ii. 54; conquered by
Moslems, 64} 86, 92, 99, 109, 134
Tabas, city of, 1.331, 543; ii. 109, 184,
258
Tabriz, i. x, 3, 30, 388, ^89; ii. 158,
159, 165, 182, t86 ; Gha/an Khan's
buildings and endowments, 192; K><;,
210, 220, 241, 246, 247, 254, 257,
258, 261,,262, 363, 199, 328; sur-
render to Rt&aians, 419
Tachos, King of Kgypt, i, 246
Tacitus, i. 405
*-Tt\ftan (volcano''), i. 7, 17
Taghlib Arabs, i. 533
•Tagi, fortress of, 1.^3*
Tagudar Oghlu, known as Alynad, q.-?»,
Tahir the Ambidextrous; campaigns of>
ii. 71-72 j Viceroy of thci En»t, 74 } 83
Tahiri Dynasty, ii, 72, 83
Tahir-ti-Dirt ibnShamB-u-Din (chronieler)^
ii. ^footnote
Tahtnasp, Miraa^ son of Shah Abbas, ii.
267
Tahmasp, Shah, son of Shah Ismail,
ii. 2465 retreats before Turkish in-
vasion, 247 j rcctsption of Humayun,
248 j betrayal of Bayazitl, 249; di«-
courtesy to Jenkinson, 251 5 description
of, 253
Tahmasp,   Shah,  son  of  Shah   Sultan
Huaayn, ii. 3x7*3x8, 321; treaty with
Peter the Great, 323-324 j  326, 328,
330,  33*,  333» 334. 34* J   campaign
against the Turks imtl dethronement,
343-344
Tahmurs, legendary JCing of Persia, i.
142
Taimani, the, of Afghanistan, ii* 306
Tai Yang Khan, King of the Naimans, ii*
148
Tajiks, the, ii, 153, 306
Taj Mohamed, Sarbandi, of Stan, ii. 466
Takah tribe, ii, 242, 254
"Takht-i-Tamshid, vide Pcraepolis
**Takht-i-Sulayman (throne of Solomon),
vide Pasargadac
-Tak-i-Bustan ('*Arch of the Garden M), »•
362, 513-514